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>> good morning, everybody. welcome to the san francisco budget & finance committee for wednesday, september 21, 2016, my name is mark farrell i'm joined. >> by supervisor tang and be joined momentumly by supervisor
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yee and madam clerk, is there any other business before this body? electronic devices. completed speaker cards and documents to be included should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the september 27th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> okay madam clerk item one. >> ordinance amending the administrative code for the prevailing wages for loading and unloading materials or special events on city property and the driving of commercial vehicles so for that purpose. >> thanks very much from supervisor wiener's to is there any public comment. >> power from supervisor wiener's office before you is legislation this committee considered and continues last week and want to thank the committee for making those amendments on the supervisors behavior a recap the legislation
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before you will make sure the folks behind the scenes these people are loading and unloading tables and chablz charges and stages they're paid a living wage we'll their going that work in this board of supervisors has been consistent to make sure that the city permits comes with a fair and living wage that supports families and descent quality of life thank you to the administrator and the various departments and the rec and park department the port and ocii for their he helpful help with the modest proposal on the ordinance we believe 2 strikes the right balance between supporting our workers and assuring we're not causing a hardship on the less capital events by focusing on the events with a higher level of production thank you for the committee for hearing this item
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and i'm available to answer any questions thank you. >> thank you, mr. powers colleagues questions or comments public comment anyone wish to comment first mr. rose, can we go to your report. please. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee. he testified on this item we stated our recommendation as a policy matter for the board. >> thank you very much open up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number one? seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues if no discussion a discussion to move this item forward >> i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> motion by supervisor yee and without objection. >> madam clerk item 2. >> resolution for rivaling arthur's the rec and park department to accept and expend a grant from the committee evident recreation and other activities in fiscal year
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2014-2015 tied together valued at $84,000. >> thank you very much. we have rec and park to speak. >> good morning, supervisors. i'm nathan with the rec and park department partnerships division and be prevend the accept and expend resolution for a grant if the parks alliance $84,000 to fund the staff development and the recreation and other activities from go fiscal year 2014-2015 4 years the parks alliance has support did rec and park department including serving as a fiscal agent and soliciting donation this represents approval of the in kind granted from the account for fiscal year 2014-2015 those grants have supported wide variety of seasonal events with the tree lighting in december and the support of plan and the
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natural areas and park and the recreation programs and much more that is a wonderful partner and they continue to provide critical support to many of the programs we hope you'll approve the retroactive wish to comment on item number two seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, can we same house, same call? >> i'll make a motion with a positive recommendation to the full board. >> without objection. >> madam clerk call item 3. >> item 3 resolution authorizing the director of mayor's office of housing and community development to submit an application and related document to the allocation committee for the issuance of mortgage revenue bond not to exceed $95 million for pavement streets.
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>> thank you very much colleagues the person at the mayor's office of housing and community development mr. crepe is out sick we will entertain a motion to continue this for a week anyone wish to comment on item number 3. >> seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues can i entertain a motion to continue this for one week. >> i make the motion. >> motion by supervisor yee and seconded by supervisor tang without objection. >> madam clerk. >> the general manager the public utilities commission for the agreement between the city and slash consultants to extend the contract for 3 years for a total term of 2008 through 2019 not to exceed $18.5 million. >> thank you very much. we have the puc to speak. >> morning chair farrell and the members i'm dan the director
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of the sfpuc water program and here today to ask for your approval for on amendment for one of the agreements before i do so if i could have the slides please. i would like to give you a brief status itch overall water program i know this is a program of the consistent 86 project started in 2003 i'm glad to say we're sierra club 92 percent complete that computed reasonable projects at 91 and local one hundred within the city of san francisco and those are projects to compare with the symmetric upgrades as the local system the item before
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you to ask for an amendment for the engineering design services for 9 water assistant this is one of the important contracts to be able to continue and finish some of the projects critical projects under the wsip the original agreement priority for the regional and design projects under the wsip with the tenaciously tracey and the san francisco ground water the original budget for the amendment was $99 but the schedule is seven years they've been two previous amendments that moiftsd the time and an amendment to add one project national anthem the pipeline simplistic upgrades that for the water plant project that that project was created essentially after little agreement was
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signed to acknowledge the fact there was a trace of the effect discovered underneath the tracey water plant we needed to create another project at a time and so this is a photo of hetch hetchy water long term project i'm glad to say we're 100 percent with the phase of project and this $2300 million project essentially allows us to sustainably treat one and 40 million gallons a day on the peninsula so this water treats water from the reservoirs and sdrblts to see to folks on the peninsula well on the peninsula as well as san francisco that project is complete so we no longer need the agreement for this project but need to finish
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the racially storage and recovery project to constrict up to 1 wells on the pen sipping suicidal a project we have agreements with cal water and city of san bruno to stop penalty of perjury the existing water in exchange for us providing excess waters to wet years 2, 3, 4 dry years such as the drought we can provide water everyday sea that sierra club creates a ground reservoirs to the christmas springs reservoir we've completed the design of phase one we're in construction on 13 other wells and phase two allows to us to again even though to the gallons per day we need to complete the design and
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construction under this agreement the other project we need to complete we're allowed to help us the san francisco grassroots project that 4 new wells within the west side part of san francisco so we've are currently in construction on the well stations this photo shows one of the well stations under construction the west side sunset those will include the improvements for golden gate park for conservative when cycled water it available and forecasts to be complete by the december of 2019 and so the need for the agreement to provide continued engineering services during phase one of two ongoing projects namely the ground water and the regional ground water
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and the complete phase providing services during phase two of both projects that are complete in 2019 and so a requested action to approve the amendment 4 to the c with kennedy jinks wishes to increase by $2 million not to exceed 18 and a half million and extend the duration for 12 years to 2019 this allows us to complete the construction of two critical water system projects namely the storage and recovery and the ground water project that concludes my presentation. i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> supervisor tang. >> thanks for the presentation so just to confirm why this resolution is before us today and this request because kennedy jinks was basically they were
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engaged before they knew with the final project was and now we know the details. >> the design engineer of record need to continue to engage them. >> supervisor yee. >> i don't know, you mentioned it in terms of the recovery and storage facility. >> yes. >> how many gallons are we talking about. >> we're talking about - so that project 15 wells will produce up to 7.2 million gallons per day a drought resiliency that places an underground reservoirs those existing customers will agree to not pump the existing wells in wet years and the sfpuc can provide them excess water the
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underground will recharge and essentially accurate o create an underground water that didn't existing the peninsula provides that water storage earthquake or in a sustained drought such as we're in now. >> thank you. >> yes. >> okay mr. rose, can we go to your report. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee. we report that of the additional requested $2 million 8 hundred and thirty thousand allocated to the water supply and others to the ground storage and table 2 on page 9 of our report summarizes the $2 million we recommend you approve this recommendation. >> at the open up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 4 seeing none, public comment is closed. >> >> supervisor tang i'll
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make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> >> motion by supervisor tang and seconded by supervisor yee without objection. >> item 6. >> the competitive process for the agreement between international and the city with the commission for an interim cafe to the airport terminal one. >> okay. thank you we have ms. wagner from the airport. >> thank you kathy wagner that the san francisco international airport the ordinance seeks our approval to waive the process to allow the current operators of cafe to continue operation during the terminal one renovation project as you may know this is not a typical lease that the airport will bring you, we bring you somewhere women and children 20 and thirty lease modifications a year for your approval all of a result of a competitive bid process and mentioned in the budget analyst report 5 years ago when the airport originally
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wanted to techt the concept of an employee cafe we thought we'll take time to consider the facilities before entering into a competitive project norma project lasts 12 months annually the airport staff considers issuing a request for a proposal for this service, however, decisions were made to delay the process because of unavailable space because of sheer size of the skunking of terminal one redevelopment project you seen the number of leases to buy out tenants or relocation them because the space keeps on changing it hadn't been until this time that staff identified along with the designing construction team that will likely be untouched for 3 years airport staff at this point did an analysis and buildings the
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proposed 3 year term was not seen as a viable competitive business opportunity during business at the airport to encourage 9 operation of employee cafe and to accommodate the need to recapture the space the airport agreed to build out the space for the contractor for the restaurant equipment and provided for all the employees costs the budget analyst office sites an airport costs for us to build 200 and $46,000 that won't be recaptured with the rents we'll receive from the tenants, however, airport staff didn't view it as a subsidies is much as an investment even without a student beverage concept if area we need the space for the employees to gather and eat many of them work
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in construction for the airline cruise and workers have thirty minute breaks typically didn't allow them to go off site to buy food we will have to have a space for an employee benefit he realizes it is unusual but hope eave given you the information and joined by the airport folks if i have questions. >> a i video a quick question. >> is there an employee lounge. >> it is being torn down. >> terminal one adjacent to a food counterpart of cost the airport is seating but minimum. >> where in the aircraft. >> terminal one in a different space that will hopefully we have been assured not be torn
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down for 3 years. >> and so to our point about the average working i think part of 24 a subsidy not just employee i get it sf loves the airport but hates paying the prices for food employees will not take the retail price. >> the normal lease is allowed to charge 10 or 15 percentage above for the outlets the employee cafe is well blow the pricing the average meals is about 7 or $8 it makes a difference for thirty minutes and can't get off the airport to buy food at a lower cost. >> supervisor tang. >> for all your intern leases have they all not going through
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an rc. >> do you mean the ones we bring. >> the intern leases would you say that the general practice not going to the fees their interim. >> this is pretty specific we don't do this often like you have seen in the past what we'll do it modify an existing lease give them an extension if we move them to recapture some of the construction costs or something like that but not another lease like this it is not how we typically do this. >> i want to again, this is for employees. >> it was and at the airport hadn't had an employee cafe unu u nitdz with an ran one but the airport hadn't one we have no
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idea it was going to be used. >> supervisor yee and the idea moving forward this is beyond pilot you guys want to keep it are permanent at some point do you have any plans for a permanent space. >> that would be a space they'll have for the next 3 years and once construction is finished before the extension or the expiration for the two years an rfp to provide the service and a new location in terminal 2 i think. >> thank you. >> mr. rose, can we go to your report. on item 5. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee supervisor farrell on the question that you asked regarding an existing cafe now yes there is that existing cafe was wraurt awarded to the same
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company they're asking you to waive the competitive procedures it was a one dollar per month the airport asked existing commissioners at the airport whether or not they'll be interested in operating a cafe and only one enamor said they would the airport awarded that one dollar per month preliminary fee on page 14 of our report we report that table one or tangle one is on page 14 it shows that the total estimated revenue by the airport one and $83,000 plus over the term and one of the options i would clarify the airport has explained to us we asked if it is only for 3 judge's why not 2, one year options the airport said they
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need flexibility for the change of the reconfiguration of table terminal one so this is actually potentially a 5 year not a 3 why year so with the 5 year period the airport would receive a total of $311,000, however, it was a 5 year total guarantee so disbursement fee is 54 thousand plus less than what the airport will construct the employee cafe space so our recommendation on the bottom of page 14 consider the approval to weigh the bidding requirement to award a 3 year lease with one, two year options for the board of supervisors. >> okay
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colleagues, any questions for the budget analyst. >> any questions for our staff. >> i have a question in regards to terminal 2 i guess. >> yes. >> what's the sort of timeline in terms of building. >> meaning for the new airport employee cafe or just in general. >> in general and including the cafe terminal 2 is only 5 years old and become the model and terminal 2 virgin america and others fly out of it is the model for the terminals so terminal 2 is not renovated but what is going to be incorporated into terminal 2 we hope 3 years will be the concept for the new employee cafe that will be permanent. >> so that seems like you probably have more of a definite
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timeline that piece. >> i'm going to ask our director of revenue sheryl to give you specification on that. >> i'm sheryl the director of the management at the airport what is happening in terminal 2 we are tearing down the outlined tower and in october so we're in the planning stages of what to do with the outlined are tower space the plans to put in a permanent employee cafeteria up there and it happens it will it is one of the pleas and phrase and that is a full rfp and the tenant makes the investment to set it up as viable i think that will happen that phase whether think finished in 34 years and kathy said this construction is more
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certain than terminal one such a massive project time flexibility because things come up during construction. >> thanks. >> okay let's opening up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number this item seeing none, public comment is closed. >> i'll make a motion to approve this item and i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> motion by supervisor tang okay seconded by supervisor yee without objection. >> all right. madam clerk, is there any additional business to come before this body? >> there's no further business. >> okay thanks everybody we're adjourned
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